Blankenship Company pays its employees every Friday for work rendered that week

Blankenship company pays its employees every friday

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4. Blankenship Company pays its employees every Friday for work rendered that week. The payroll is typically $10,000 per week. What journal entry would be recorded (on Wednesday) if the end of the accounting period occurred on a Wednesday? a. Salary Expen se 6,000 Salary Payable 6,000 a. Salary Expen se 6,000 Salary Payable 6,000 5. Blankenship Company pays its employees every Friday for work rendered that week. The payroll is typically $10,000 per week. Blankenship's year-end occurred on Wednesday, at which time a correct adjusting entry was recorded. On the following Friday, which of the following payroll journal entries should be recorded? b. Salary Expen se 4,000 Salary Payab le 6,000 Cash 10,000 6. The appropriate journal entry to record equipment depreciation expense would consist of a debit to Depreciation Expense and a credit to which of the following accounts? b. Accumulated Depreciation: Equipment
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7. At the end of the current accounting period, Johnson Company failed to record utilities consumed during the period. Johnson will be billed for the utilities during the next accounting period. As a result, current period assets, liabilities, equity, and income, respectively, are: b. Correct, understated, overstated, overstated 8. On November 1, 20X1, Limit Company purchased a one-year insurance policy for $12,000. Limit Company debited Cash and credited Prepaid Insurance for $12,000. At the end of December, 20X1, $2,000 of insurance had expired. The journal entry to properly state all accounts involved on December 31, 20X1, would be: a. Insura nce Expen se 2,000 Prepai d Insura nce 22,000 Cash 24,000 9. Under the the income statement approach to adjusting entries, the receipt of $5,000 of unearned revenue would be recorded by debiting Cash. What account should be credited? b. Revenue 0. Simmons Company received and recorded a $5,000 payment for services to be rendered in the future. If the income statement approach to adjusting entries is used, the appropriate adjusting entry at the end of the accounting period for $3,000 of revenue not yet earned would be: a. Service Revenue 3,000 Unearned Service Revenue 3,000
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